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Samsung S21 smartphone passes FCC certification; to launch on Jan 14

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Following its successful processing through the Brazilian ANATEL certification and reception of Brazilian market approval by Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra, the current report suggest that Samsung S21 has already fetched the FCC or the Federal Communications Commission. This makes it ready for the market in the United States of America.

Under the codename of SM-G991U for the FCC certification, Samsung has leaped with its upcoming flagship device, S21, which is supposed to be aided with 25W wired charging and 9W reverse wireless charging.

Although it has just begun with the baby steps towards a market launch, very few specifications have surfaced concerning the Samsung S21, which include the following details:

  • It will come at a display size of 6.3 inches.
  • It will be aided by Snapdragon 888 chipset.
  • The battery will be of 4000 mAh power capacity.

However, unlike the S21 Ultra, the S21 won’t have any curved screen as a display mechanism. It will be deprived of a charger and earbuds in the packaging box. Instead, they have to be purchased separately from Samsung stores. 

Samsung confirms that the suitable earpods for the S21 series, in the name of Galaxy Buds Pro, will make its way alongside the S21 series launch that is about to happen on January 14th, 2021.

Coming to the price, nothing is of news yet, but it is sure to be much cheaper and way more affordable when compared to its previous generations. It will be ready for the market for sale by January 29.

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